the reputation of The Elder Scrolls Blades Gold

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asked Jun 19, 2019 in 3D Segmentation by Rskingdom (4,660 points)

Its laughable how little time, money and care Bethesda invests in their titles. Howard can be as cool as he want too amongst still loyal fans but the reputation of The Elder Scrolls Blades Gold the company was damaged almost beyond repair. In the event the Elder Scrolls 6 is anything other than"game of the year" caliber they will never regain. Cant believe how they chose to self destruct over a quick cash grab. Now this isn't Howards fault naturally. Maybe deep down inside he is just as annoyed as the fans he has to sell them these crappy excuse for a game monetization schemes.Bethesda is dead to me,they made it clear that they do not care about the narrative's the make or the IP's they hold. 'd fo76 never came out I might have preordered a 1,000$ variant of The Elder Scrolls 6. Now though I will wait months after its established before I purchase it.

I am looking forward to it too... either they'll do a good (or passable) job (As an The Elder Scrolls fan, I would probably accept a fair product at least until I get tired of this grind once the difficulty gets slanted toward too much monetization)... OR it's terrible and we can all laugh in their face rather than cleanup their act up after The Elder Scrolls.It'll be open season on all additional Bethesda products if the following two games they ship are awful. The Bethesda community is more pliable, but most of us are clever enough to understand when we have been literally scammed.

They do themselves a disservice by calling it"The Elder Scrolls". They could say"do not expect a traditional The Elder Scrolls experience" all they need, but there's just an expectation that comes alongside the licence. But they can't just call it something new, then it wouldn't have the brand awareness of this Elder Scrolls, which is understandable. I'm looking forward to see if it's an excellent product. Fallout shelter proved to ESO Boosting be a unique experience that fit with the tongue and cheek side of Fallout, so that I expect they could replicate their success with The Elder Scrolls blades.


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